Welcome to Sweet Water Farm...
Robert Kronenberg & Robbie Bogard, Proprietors
Located just 4 miles from the center of Great Barrington in the historic village of North Egremont, is an early Our Inn,19th century post and beam construction where the glow of the wood floors, comfort of the hearth and tranquility of the surrounding rolling hills invites you to take a deep breath and enjoy.
Our Rooms, each with a private bath provides a soothing night’s sleep under luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets and feather comforters. All rooms are air-conditioned in the summer and our fireplace beckons you to settle in and enjoy your favorite hot toddy in the winter.
Wireless internet access for your laptop is available, or perhaps you may decide to sit down at the writing desk in the front room and partake in the great art of letter writing. It’s a short stroll across the road to the local post office.
Accolades and Praises for Sweet Water Farm & the Berkshires
Trip Advisor #1 Rated B&B in Great Barrington
Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Top 50 US Bed and Breakfasts for Food
Cool US Cities to visit. Stay at The Inn at Sweet Water Farm.
Great Barrington is the Best Small town in America!
Yankee Magazine's Best of New England 2010
Best Inn for Foodies\
National Geographic Traveler - World's Best Places to Visit
Answers to your 5 most frequently asked questions...
Do you accept children? We welcome children twelve and older.
What is your cancellation policy? There is a twenty five dollar charge for cancellations made ten days prior to your stay. Within ten days of your stay our contact page explains the details of our policy.
How far are you from...? We are 5 minutes from the center of Great Barrington and Catamont, 15 minutes from Butternut, 20 minutes from Stockbridge and Tanglewood, 30 minutes Lenox and an hour from MASSMOCA.
Where are you located? Our mailing address is Great Barrington but you'll find us in the nationally registered historic village of North Egremont 4 miles from the center of Great Barrington. It's a country charm thing...worth the confusion.
Are you a farm? Snug on our third of an acre we raise chickens for eggs. Click here for the whole story...